Okay, I don't typically use the word tater, but I felt like I needed to catch your attention. I do appreciate that we are all trying to improve our health and lighten our meals. We are doing so in our family. Our proper southern baby girl eats plenty of fruit and vegetables, and we try to limit our processed foods. Every television show and television cook or chef has tried to convince me that mashed cauliflower is a wonderful substitute for mashed potatoes. We tried it last night. I was pretty excited. The roasted cauliflower was gorgeous. My husband kept eating it straight from the baking dish. I had to distract him by saying one of the words that gets the little one going, like outside or grapes or bath. While he was chasing her down, I mashed the cauliflower and added some plain Greek yogurt, salt, pepper, chicken broth, and a bit of garlic. Ummmm, it was still cauliflower. Do not tell me that something is a substitute for mashed taters if it doesn't taste exactly like mashed taters. I'm talking to you Today Show, The Chew, Dr. Oz, and even Paula Deen. Stop saying that cauliflower is a potato substitute. Just tell me that it is a way to forget that I'm eating cauliflower. I can live with that.